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Pamvotis Lake Ioannina
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Mouselimi cafe inside the old castle of Ioannina city
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Its Kale Ioannina
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Its Kale-Ioannina
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Roads of New York Exhibition
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Litharitsia
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Calm waters in Lake Pamvotis
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Photometria photo festival
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Aggitis Cave
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Frames of European Common Life Ioannina Exhibition
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I.T. Classroom 7th Lyceum Ioannina
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7th Upper Middle school (Lyceum) of Ioannina
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Stockholm City Hall Dance Hall
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Оперный театр. Галерка справа
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Ouvea Tour Lekiny Cliffs
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Sirijit Park, Kamphaeng Phet, Near Infrared
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Wat Chang Rob, Kamphaeng Phet Historical Park, Near Infrared
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Rikstelefon payphone booth
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Conservation Culture Field, Sirijit Park, Kamphaeng Phet, Near Infrared
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Dschungelpalast Zoo Hannover
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Kitesurfing at the cliff of Mirns
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piazza del Duomo a Trento - Italy
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Lac des Quatre Cantons
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Szent Istvan Bazilika
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The Hungarian Parliament by night-High Res 300 megapixel
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The Cross on the way to Fellegvar Castle
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Athens National Garden #1
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Castle Fellegvár, Visegrád
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Ποταμός Καλαμάς-Ηπειρος
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Alimos-Lofos Pani
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River on the way to Voutiro village
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Its Kale-Ioannina
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Παναγία Καταφυγιώτισσα-Θέα απο ψηλά
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Athens National Garden #3
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Ριζό-Νερόμυλος, Μουργκάνα
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